With over 25,000 Kodak retirees residing in the town of Greece, Brighton Securities is taking our Kodak Community Forum to the west side next week. At the request of Senator Robach and Assemblyman Reilich, we'll be hosting a forum to answer your questions and address your concerns about Kodak's bankruptcy.

We'll also give analysis on the company financials which will be released the day before on Thursday, January 26th.

As always, our hotline remains open throughout the crisis Please call 585-340-2246 with your questions or to register for the meeting.

Residents of Greece and surrounding west side communities are welcome to attend next Friday's meeting at the Greece Community Center. There is room for 300 people, meaning there will be a large group of other retirees and employees present to share your concerns and questions.


WHEN: Friday, Jan. 27, from 5 pm - 6 pm


WHERE: Town of Greece Community Center

3 Vince Tofany Blvd., Greece, NY 14612


WHO: George Conboy, president of Brighton Securities


Senator Joseph Robach @SenatorRobach

Assemblyman Bill Reilich on Facebook


CONTACT: For more information on the Kodak community meeting in Greece, visit http://www.brightonsecurities.com/ or call the Brighton Securities hotline to register (585) 340-2246.

Alexandra Conboy


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